Ang Kapatiran Party (AKP) (lit. "The Brotherhood"), also known as the Alliance for the Common Good is a political party in the Philippines, formed in 2004 and unaffiliated with either major coalition in the 2007 elections. However, it did not participate in the 2004 elections. Reynaldo “Nandy” Pacheco, is the founder of this party.
Dr. Martin Bautista - Gastroenterologist who had spent the last 17 years working in the United States. Last year, he went home for good with his wife and four daughters and was later convinced to run under the AKP ticket.
Adrian Sison - Seasoned lawyer specializing in taxation and family law.
On September 26, 2007, Kapatiran named its new officers: Renato H. Peronilla, new president, replacing Mario E. Ongkiko; Manolo K. Dayrit, chair; David S. Lim, vice chair; Benjamin P. de Guzman, vice president; Eric B. Manalang, secretary general; Amador F. Astudillo and Rafael Q. Enriquez, deputy Secretaries General, and Ricardo G. Librea, treasurer. Pacheco remains the founder and chair emeritus.